Conservation issues are a growing concern for most scientists. As humans continue to consume natural resources, many organisms are headed for extinction. Conservation issues include the protection of trees, animals and wetlands.
You probably can't imagine living without clean water, but that's the reality for 1 in 8 people across the globe. Here are five simple ways you can conserve water to help the planet -- and your cash flow.
You've probably come across solar panels before, but what about solar shingles? It's the same idea as the solar panel, but in a much smaller scale. And they'll probably save you more money in the long run.
Chances are, even if you don't live in an area that's been going through a drought, you've probably heard about it on the news. But what can you do to help counteract the effects of a drought? Catch your own water, of course.
When you get that gas or electric bill at the end of the month, you may swear off long, hot showers. But if your resolution always seems to cool after a few days, you might be a good candidate for a solar water heater.
In today's economy, with rising fuel prices and dwindling resources, homeowners are looking for ways to save money wherever they can. And some are taking a lesson from the 1970s and turning to solar power to heat their homes.